This is a wiki for the 2011 RIP Course:
- RIP 2011 WebPage - The course webpage contains information about the class, PDFs of slides from lectures and reading material.
Contacts & Groups
- Student Contact - This is the contact info for students in the class. If your info is not listed, please add it.
- Group Matching - This page is for gathering groups. Please fill out your name, major and interests so we can get some good groups.
Final Project Info
- Project Ideas - Abstracts of final projects.
Final Project Pages
- Simultaneous Planning, Localization, and Mapping for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles - Sameer A., Billy G., Kyel O., William S.
- Path Planning for Object acquisition, analysis, and distribution - John T., Taylor W., Joseph R.
- Reasoning and Planning in Unknown Environments - The Rube Goldberg Machine - Can E., Matthew D., Azfar A., Kevin S.
- Multitask Handling - Yunfei B., Patrick D., Stephen M., Arjun M.
- A Planning Strategy for Sword Fighting - Adityan Srinivasan, Joan Davis and Munzir Zafar.
Location to put random interesting and useful links to share with fellow students.
- A* Heuristics introduction with visualizations and optimality comparisons. — Patrick Dillon
- A consistent heuristic (or monotone) is admissible and always incrementally approaches the goal. "It's necessary and sufficient for a heuristic to obey the triangle inequality in order to be consistent." — Patrick Dillon
PDDL Planning tips
All planners were not created equal. FF handles most PDDL files. Parse errors in the others can be fixed by rewriting your grammar to remove:
- Complex (non-atomic) types
- The 'or' conjunction
In general, a grammar with many actions with few arguments will work 'better' than a grammar with few actions with many arguments. If you get stuck, just make the actions as simple as possible and use lots of them.
I'm not sure which is worse, that there's a facebook page for Satplan or that I'm the only one who currently likes it.
-Joseph (Casey) Rogers
GT Web Localizer:
For more information on how to get access to papers with your GT Account, check out my lab's wiki page here:
Free Source Code Management:
GT has a hard time accessing IJRR, so here is a direct link to all of Oussama Khatib's papers. We just looked at his first journal publication on Potential Fields from 1986:
Turn collections of Pictures into video easy and free
Simple tutorial and link to the software both on this site:
- Joseph (Casey) Rogers
on iPhone, iPad, AppleTV, PC. It's free.